MOM v Brighton (home) 11/9/21

Who was your MOM v Brighton 11/9/21 (home)?


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alikat

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I didn't think that there were particularly any stand-out performances today, but my vote goes to Ivan, who I thought was excellent in the first half with a close attaempt when their goalie was off his line and two very good chances set up for Bryan. Not so effective in the 2nd half, but he still won a lot of his duels with his opponent.
 

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Ajer was good in defence; bringing the ball forward. Baptiste was industrious. Mbeumo was 9/10 for his workrate & running but 3/10 for his finishing.
 

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Felt the core of Raya, Pinnock, Norgaard, Toney were all really good. Gone for Pinnock.
 

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Difficult as a lot of players did well without really shining. Thought Toney and Mbeumo were excellent and deserved more. Norgaard v good again as was Pinnock. Ajer made a couple of great runs forward but also got caught out with a ball in behind on a few occassions. Rico battled hard and got forward well but final ball was terrible sadly. Baptiste did well but wasn't involved enough for me. Pinnock was excellent, so between him, Toney and Mbeumo. Toney MOM for me out of those three..
 

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No real outstanding performance for what I saw. I will vote for Rico but it match was 45 minutes if would of been Baptiste which is a big positive going forward
 

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Canos had some great moments, bit surprised that nobody has voted for him.

As has been said, several had good games but not really outstanding.

Ajer was good both defensively, along with Pontus, and attacking wise, which is why he gets my vote.
 

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Ivan for me.
Was involved in pretty much all of our chances and, as usual, battled well and got through a huge amount work.
Honourable mentions for Ajer, Pontus and Baptiste.
 

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Norgaard....all day long.
 

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I've gone for Raya all four times in the league - I've almost disappointed myself with my judgments.
 

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Suprised Ajer got so many votes, Pontus got him out of jail at least twice. Looks a cultured silky centre back, a better version of Rio Ferdinand if anyone is old enough to remember him, but a couple of errors yesterday but that is to be expected as he has been playing crab football against babies or something for a couple of years. Unconventional heading decisions too. If the 20 of you who have voted for Ajer use the 'Change Vote' facility we'll say no more about it.

Bryan was brilliant apart from his finishing. Him and Toney will get 50 goals each this season if the spirits aline, best strikeforce in the Prem. Ivan Toney is brilliant, you heard it here first!

Great to see Shandon Baptiste back and he looks a real quality player again but thought Frank the Tank was even better when he come on and was everywhere. Both of them make good things happen for us. Shame Oxford put that clause in that only Fosu or Baptiste can play in the team at the same time. The likes of Jenson and Frank on the bench, just Wow.

Raya, Rico and Pinnock good games too. Can't blame Raya for the goal really. PInnock is a Brentford legend already.

But my vote goes to ......... Pontus.
 

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Toney for me. Premier league class today. Won everthing in the air and his all round play was excellent.
 

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Ivan, his work rate was incredible
 
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Suprised Ajer got so many votes, Pontus got him out of jail at least twice. Looks a cultured silky centre back, a better version of Rio Ferdinand if anyone is old enough to remember him, but a couple of errors yesterday but that is to be expected as he has been playing crab football against babies or something for a couple of years. Unconventional heading decisions too. If the 20 of you who have voted for Ajer use the 'Change Vote' facility we'll say no more about it.
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Suprised Ajer got so many votes, Pontus got him out of jail at least twice. Looks a cultured silky centre back, a better version of Rio Ferdinand if anyone is old enough to remember him, but a couple of errors yesterday but that is to be expected as he has been playing crab football against babies or something for a couple of years. Unconventional heading decisions too. If the 20 of you who have voted for Ajer use the 'Change Vote' facility we'll say no more about it.

Bryan was brilliant apart from his finishing. Him and Toney will get 50 goals each this season if the spirits aline, best strikeforce in the Prem. Ivan Toney is brilliant, you heard it here first!

Great to see Shandon Baptiste back and he looks a real quality player again but thought Frank the Tank was even better when he come on and was everywhere. Both of them make good things happen for us. Shame Oxford put that clause in that only Fosu or Baptiste can play in the team at the same time. The likes of Jenson and Frank on the bench, just Wow.

Raya, Rico and Pinnock good games too. Can't blame Raya for the goal really. PInnock is a Brentford legend already.

But my vote goes to ......... Pontus.
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Suprised Ajer got so many votes, Pontus got him out of jail at least twice. Looks a cultured silky centre back, a better version of Rio Ferdinand if anyone is old enough to remember him, but a couple of errors yesterday but that is to be expected as he has been playing crab football against babies or something for a couple of years. Unconventional heading decisions too. If the 20 of you who have voted for Ajer use the 'Change Vote' facility we'll say no more about it.

Bryan was brilliant apart from his finishing. Him and Toney will get 50 goals each this season if the spirits aline, best strikeforce in the Prem. Ivan Toney is brilliant, you heard it here first!

Great to see Shandon Baptiste back and he looks a real quality player again but thought Frank the Tank was even better when he come on and was everywhere. Both of them make good things happen for us. Shame Oxford put that clause in that only Fosu or Baptiste can play in the team at the same time. The likes of Jenson and Frank on the bench, just Wow.

Raya, Rico and Pinnock good games too. Can't blame Raya for the goal really. PInnock is a Brentford legend already.

But my vote goes to ......... Pontus.

Thought that was far from Pontus' best game for us tbh but each to their own!
 
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